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He says things. Controversial things.

Markell swiftly apologized and deleted the tweet. Not necessarily in that order.

The Senate majority leader -- a tribute to strange gaffes

The controversy has consumed the 15 hours since the debate ended, but is it really a big deal?

Joe Biden said Tuesday that the middle class was "buried" in the last four years. But where does that gaffe fit in the universe of Biden flubs?

Mitt Romney's comments about the "47 percent" come at the worst possible time for him politically.

A new poll asks Americans to describe Joe Biden in a single word. Some were nice, some not so nice.

  • Peyton M. Craighill and Scott Clement
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  • Sep 5, 2012
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Romney today is learning a lesson often reserved for small-time candidates and very conservative Republicans: You simply don't talk about Obama's birth certificate.

A significant number of Republicans think abortion should be illegal in all cases, but there are big differences among GOP groups.

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